Photo Gallery

Welcome to the photo gallery for Congressman Tom McClintock


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Description: Hosts and winners of the Congressional Art Competition.

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Description: Ashlyn Woods, 1st Place Winner, Congressional Art Competition.

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Description: Honorable Mention -- "The Aviator Artist: Teri Nittler, Granite Bay High School

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Description: Honorable Mention -- "Voyage" Artist: Daisy Allison, Minarets High School

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Description: 3rd Place -- "He Said" Artist: Brandon Borjon, Granite Bay High School

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Description: Congressional Art Competition 2nd Place -- "Freedom" Artist: Julia Schmidseder, South Lake Tahoe High School

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Description: Congressional Art Competition 1st Place -- "Future Farmers of America" Artist: Ashlyn Woods, Del Oro High School

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Description: 1st Place - "Future Farmers of America" Artist: Ashlyn Woods, Del Oro High School (Loomis) 2013 Congressional Art Competition (4th Congressional District)

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Description: Parents of Lance Corporal Victor Dew, Tom Schumacher (holding child) and Patty Schumacher (Victor's mother) at unveiling of marker dedicating the Granite Bay Post Office in their son's name. April 4th, 2013.

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Description: Mariposa Town Hall Meeting, April 2nd, 2013.

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Description: Mariposa Town Hall Meeting, April 2nd, 2013.

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Description: Tour of Mechantronics lab at Sierra College, April 5, 2013. From left to right: Sierra College Trustee Cari Dawson Bartley, Kimberly Perry, Sierra College Trustee Howard Rudd, Congressman McClintock, Sierra College President Willy Duncan, and Sierra College Mechatronics Instructor Tony Osladil.

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Description: Granite Bay Post Office naming in honor of Lance Corporal Victor Dew, April 4, 2013.

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Description: Mariposa Chamber of Commerce Meeting, April 2, 2013.

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Description: Mariposa Chamber of Commerce Meeting, April 2, 2013

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Description: Oakhurst Town Hall Meeting, April 1, 2013.

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Description: Oakhurst Town Hall Meeting, April 1, 2013.

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Description: Amador Town Hall

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Description: Amador Town Hall

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Description: Amador Town Hall

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Description: Amador Town Hall

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Description: American Legion Post Veterans Meeting, Sutter Creek.

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Description: American Legion Post Veterans Meeting, Sutter Creek.

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Description: Round table meeting with Q and A with Amador Chamber of Commerce Executive Board

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Description: KVGC interview with News Director Suzie Reynolds

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Upcoming Events

Staff Satellite Office Hours

Office staff members are available to assist constituents with problems or concerns at satellite office locations held throughout the district.  Anyone wishing to discuss an issue of federal concern is invited to attend one of these satellite office sessions and speak with a member of staff.  For more information, or to reach staff, please call the district office at 916-786-5560.
  
Upcoming Staff Satellite Office Hours for December:
 
Amador County
 
Jackson 
Tuesday, December 9th
9:30 am - 11:30 am
Conference Room D
County Administration Center
810 Court Street
 
Calaveras County
 
San Andreas 
Tuesday, December 16th
9:30 am - 11:30 am
Calaveras County Water Agency Conference Room
120 Toma Court 
 
El Dorado County 
 
Camino
Thursday, December 11th
9:00 am - 11:00 am
Camino Pollock Pines Chamber of Commerce
4123 Carson Road
 
El Dorado Hills 
Thursday, December 11th
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
El Dorado Hills Chamber of Commerce
2085 Vine Street, #105 
 
Madera County 
 
Oakhurst
Thursday, December 4th
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Yosemite Visitor Bureau Conference Room
40637 Highway 41 
 
Placer County
 
Auburn
Wednesday, December 3rd
9:00 am - 11:00 am
Auburn City Hall
The Rose Room
1225 Lincoln Way 
 
Lincoln 
Tuesday, December 2nd
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Lincoln City Hall
600 6th Street 
 
Tuolumne County 
 
Sonora 
Tuesday, December 16th
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Small Business Center Conference Room
99 North Washington St 
 
 
For further information on staff satellite office hours, please call 916-786-5560.